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  • fig. S1. Comparison of dimensionless rupture arrest area calculated from numerical simulations with grid spacing h = 50 m (circles) and h = 100 m (squares) with our theoretical estimates (bold lines) for varying σmin (indicated by color).
  • fig. S2. Comparison of stress drop distributions as functions of dimensionless crack radius at the time of Amaxarr for situations from Fig. 6.
  • fig. S3. Scaling of mean static and dynamic stress drops in results of numerical simulations.
  • fig. S4. Comparison of various approaches to estimate Mw from ruptured area Aarr.
  • fig. S5. Distributions of reservoir-fault parameters for all ~4250 configurations used for verification of max w M (point-load approximation) against Mcritw (finite-reservoir
    approach).
  • fig. S6. Distributions of reservoir-fault parameters for all ~4250 configurations
    used for verification of Mmaxw (point-load approximation) against Mcritw (finite-reservoir approach).
  • fig. S7. Comparison of Mmax-arrw (derived for a point-load approximation of a reservoir) with Mcritw (derived for a finite reservoir) and corresponding orthogonal residuals.
  • fig. S8. Evaluation of the probability of occurrence rank of the largest event within a sequence.
  • table S1. Reservoir and fault parameters used to prepare Fig. 2.
  • References (40, 41)

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